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Public Enterprise Agency appeals injunction order

The Public Enterprises Holding and Administration Agency (PEHAA), has appealed a decision made in a Federal High Court following an injunction order where the earlier was forced not to transfer National Alcohol and Liquor Factory (NALF) to a private holding, The Reporter has learnt.

Agent sues Heineken Ethiopia

Heineken Share Company of Ethiopia – one of the recent and successful breweries in Ethiopia – is being sued, accused of abruptly ending a contract worth more than 2.7 million Birr by one of its former agents and distributors.

World Bank finds Ethiopia losing 3.7 bln to gender gap

The Word Bank Group (WBG), launching its "Ethiopia Diagnostic Report" on gender gap, found out that Ethiopia is forgoing an estimated USD 3.7 billion in economic cost, annually, in the form of agriculture and business earnings and employment wages.

Preliminary ET302 investigation report due for next week

The Ministry of Transport on Thursday disclosed that the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) is undertaking analysis on the contents of the black box data of ET302 in accordance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) aircraft accident investigation procedures.  

Unilever to manufacture signature toothpaste in Ethiopia

The Anglo-Dutch multinational, Unilever Global, is set to start manufacturing its signature toothpaste product “Signal” within Ethiopia, no longer importing its products from aboard. The expansion is to take place within its facility inside the Eastern Industrial Zone, The Reporter has learnt.

Government to purchase additional wheat

In the midst of a grave humanitarian crisis, Ethiopia is going to purchase 600,000 metric tons of wheat from the international market, The Reporter has learnt.This is one of the largest purchases in terms of size following similar procurements over the past few months.

Ministry collects record revenue in a month

The Ministry of Revenues announced that its tax payment campaigns has resulted in the hike of its revenue collection for the month of February as it collected 17.8 billion birr, a record monthly collection its history.